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Stress

How vulnerable are you to stress?

Score each item from 1 (almost always) to 5 (never), according to how much of the time each statement applies to you.




















and subtract 20. Any number over 30 indicates a vulnerability to stress. You are seriously vulnerable if your score is between 50 and 75, and extremely vulnerable if it is over 75.

If your score is of concern to you, you may want to consider joining a group through the Hyland Behavioral Health Counseling Clinic 314-525-1400, or try the stress relief exercises recommended by Hyland Behavioral Health.  The exercises are available to download.

(Taken from "Stress Audit" by Lyle Miller, PhD., and Alma Dell Smith, PhD., Boston University Medical Center, 1983, Biobehavioral Associates.)


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